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The Golden Ratio

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Genie Chirathivat

on 13 September 2012

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Transcript of The Golden Ratio

The Golden Ratio In math and art, two elements are in the golden ratio. If the ratio of the sum of the quantities to the bigger quantity it is equal to the ratio of the larger quantity to the smaller one. The Golden ratio must equal: 1.618. The Golden ratio can be found in Architecture as well as Art and Math. The Parthenon, is alleged to many proportions of the ratio. As to Art, the face of the famous painting, Mona Lisa, was fit to scale based on the ratio itself. The Great Pyramid was constructed with the perimeter of a semi-circle, equaling the height of the radius of the circle which is 1.273. This is less than 1/10th of the difference than 1.272. If applied to the height of the pyramid,it would result of the difference of height between the two methods of 0.14 meters (5.5 inches) Relationship Between the Great Pyramid
and the Golden Ratio. I believe that the golden ratio was used by the Egyptians as the Pyramid was exquisitely per portioned and the exact ratio of 1.618 they would not have gotten the pyramid the exact ratio if they have not used the ratio strategy to create the pyramid.
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